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2008/02/07 10:09:44 (permalink)

Diet

Hey Old Navy,

I have been trying hard with my diet for a while now and am getting a bit frustrated. Would it be OK for me to post my stats and get a fat burning diet from your good self?

Or just some pointers would be great....

Brigsy.



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    RE: Diet 2008/02/20 13:27:03 (permalink)
    Sure.  Post it and I'll give you some feed back.
     
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    RE: Diet 2008/02/22 15:11:30 (permalink)
    Thanks Old Navy. I've had to take it easy with my diet recently as it has been affecting my home life a bit too much. I have needed to find a bit of balance, which I think I have now. Nevertheless, thanks for the offer and maybe I will get back to you in the future.

    Cheers

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    RE: Diet 2008/05/03 07:32:23 (permalink)
    Hey mate,

    I'm back and ready to go for it. I have put on a bit of timber in the past few months but I am now in a position to go for the fat loss.

    I am 35 weigh 164. My bf is at about 10%.

    I train martial arts heavy on cardio about once/twice a week depending on shifts and have the occasional 3 mile run/HIIT + some NROL fat loss routines when I can fit it in.

    Could you please recommend an eating plan for fat loss please.

    Thank you.

    Brigsy.

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    RE: Diet 2008/05/08 16:18:27 (permalink)
    Slow but Steady Weight Loss Diet Prepared by Scott “Old Navy”
     
    Meal 1            (About 5 AM) or Pre Workout
    1 hard boiled egg and 1 cup liquid whites and one scoop of protein powder + 8 oz water
                or 4 Oz 93% Lean Beef and one scoop of protein powder + 8 oz water
                1 Grapefruit or 8 strawberries or 1 cup oatmeal (all good carbs)
               
    Meal 2            (About 7 AM) or Post Workout
    Protein Drink: 1 Scoop Protein Powder, 2 Tbs. Heavy Whipping Cream, 12 Oz Water 
    Or. 6 oz Chicken Breast, or turkey breast, 1 tomato
     
                (About 9 AM)
    Snack of your choice.  Smart snack not junk food
               
    Meal 3            (About 11 AM)
    8 Oz Chicken (About Two Chicken Breasts)
    2 Cups of Vegetables (string beans, broccoli, asparagus, spinach
               
    Meal 4            (About 2 PM)
    Protein Drink: 1 Scoop Protein Powder, 2 Tbs. Heavy Whipping Cream, 12 Oz Water
    Or, 8 oz Chicken Breast, or turkey breast, 3 egg whites, 1 tomato
     
    Meal 5            (About 5-6 PM)
                8 Oz 93% Lean Beef, Chicken Breast, Turkey Breast
                2 Cups Vegetables (Green Leafy, spinach, asparagus, broccoli
               
    Meal 6            (About 8 PM) Monday, Thursday
    1.5 Cup Oatmeal or 1.5 Cups Cooked Brown Rice
                10 Oz Sweet Potato
                4 Oz Banana
                1 Cup green vegetables.  1Tbs. Butter.
               
    Meal 6            (About 8 PM Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
    1 cup liquid egg whites + one scoop protein powder, 8 oz water – or scramble the egg whites and skip the protein powder
                ½ Cup Vegetables 
     
    NOTE:  THE EGG WHITES ARE THE 100% LIQUID VARIETY, WHICH COME IN PINT AND QUART SIZE CONTAINERS. 
     
    You can prepare most of your meals the night before and place them in plastic containers in the refrigerator overnight.  The next day, place what you need in a soft lunch bag with artificial ice packs.

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    RE: Diet 2008/05/09 02:30:24 (permalink)
    Thanks very much. Will give it a go.

    Brigsy.



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